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  • Research In Motion's Worst-Case Scenario  [View article]

    I love looking at past predictions...
    And at how wrong many of us are most of the time.
    Jul 4, 2012. 10:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Research In Motion's Worst-Case Scenario  [View article]
    Time has not been kind to your musings about RIMM
    Jul 4, 2012. 10:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • RIM's Odds Are Truly Stacked Against It  [View article]
    Just ignore Gene Chan.

    It is clear this Fredo has an axe to grind, check out his article and post/comment history. Probably brought into RIMM at triple digits, reminds me of an uncle who brought 3DO stock in the 90s, just couldn't take it had to rationalize all the time.

    Great article Santos;
    You've been calling it.
    Jul 4, 2012. 09:21 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • While RIM (RIMM) is relying on its new Blackberry for salvation, the device will comprise a jigsaw puzzle of technologies that have been acquired or licensed, including the OS, the camera and the touchscreen. The approach is a big departure for RIM and it's prompted doubts. "It's almost too many things to integrate at the same time," says one analyst.   [View news story]
    Check this guy out, been a shadow RIMM guy since may. Gene, you brought it at $100 didn't you Fredo?!
    Jul 4, 2012. 08:49 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Research In Motion's Worst-Case Scenario  [View article]
    Gene, you are funny guy. You attack good well-written articles on RIMM (Santos article on SA) while you spill forth yahoo forum nonsense.

    Check out RIMM today.

    What was that worst case?
    Jul 4, 2012. 08:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zynga: Fundamentals And Facebook Comparison  [View article]
    You forgot to research the management at Znga, and their history, motto, and most likely direction.

    Pinkus is no good
    Jun 21, 2012. 01:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • George Soros' remarkable speech on the "political bubble" of the EU: "The (current) political dynamic makes the disintegration of the EU just as self-reinforcing as its creation has been ... (however) the likelihood is that the euro will survive because a breakup would be devastating not only for the periphery, but also for Germany." He gives the Germans 90 days to come around. Worth the full read.   [View news story]
    Diane, it doesn't sound like you read the transcript.
    Jun 4, 2012. 05:15 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment